In clinic, Minimal Change Disease (MCD) usually presents Nephropathy Syndrome, that’s to say, patients have obvious proteinuria, swelling, hypoalbuminemia and hyperlipidemia. If patients are tested out high creatinine level like creatinine 3.24, it may reveal damage to kidney function. Thereby, how to reduce high creatinine 3.24 for minimal change disease.
Minimal change disease and high creatinine level
Most MCD patients’ kidney function is normal and can get complete remission in early stage. It is reported that 70% of children with MCD grow into adults without any damage to kidney function or abnormal urine test, and 90% of adult patients can maintain normal kidney function for more than 10 years. However, in some cases, people with minimal change disease do suffer from reduced kidney function that may increase creatinine level.
How to reduce creatinine 3.24 for minimal change disease?
Creatinine is one waste product generated from muscle metabolism. For male, their normal creatinine level is between 0.6 and 1.2mg/dl, while for female, it ranges from 0.5 to 1.1mg/dl. Creatinine 3.24 is much higher than these normal values, so some effective treatments are needed urgently.
1. Diuretics and ketosteril: These two medications are used commonly for lowering high creatinine level. Diuretics aim at increasing kidney output, while ketosteril focuses on reducing the formation of waste products and slowing the progress of kidney disease. In fact, some herbal medicines also have these properties, such as dandelion root, nettle leaf, salvia, etc. You can take them according to your condition.
2. Medicated bath: Besides kidneys, skin is another excretory organ. Medicated bath can improve the permeability of skin, in order to eliminate more waste products including creatinine.
3. Cycle therapy: Cycle therapy refers to such a treatment that crushing the Chinese medicines can draw out toxins and waste products. Therefore, it can help lower creatinine level.
Many other therapies are also good to reduce elevated creatinine level. However, all of them fails to work, dialysis may be recommended. Leave a message below to kidney experts here, so they can help you find out correct treatment plan.